Communication Quick Tip

If you are making a request of someone with ASD/ Asperger’s Syndrome, state it in the positive.  Say what you want rather than what you don’t want.  For example: “Please put your clothes in the hamper” instead of “Don’t leave your clothes on the floor.”

Rebecca J Weaver is a Certified Autism Specialist at Independent with Autism, working to empower individuals with ASD. Looking for better ways to communicate? Check out IndependentwithAutism.com for more information.

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